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In November, however, Fierstein retracted her allegations.She emailed Puzder, saying, "I regretted and still regret that decision and I withdrew those allegations over thirty years ago. I will most definitely confirm to anyone who may ask that in no way was there abuse.”As previously reported, Puzder has not had the best track record with women.
The tape has reportedly been turned over to senators to review prior to Puzder’s confirmation hearing currently set for Thursday. Patty Murray (D-Wash.), a Democrat who will vote on Puzder's nomination, told obtained a 1988 petition last month in which Fierstein claiming Puzder “assaulted and battered [her] by striking her violently about the face, chest, back, shoulders, and neck, without provocation or cause.”Domestic abuse allegations began to surface during the couple’s public divorce.
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The ex-wife of President Trump's pick for Labor Secretary, Andy Puzder, once claimed he "vowed revenge" after she leaked spousal abuse allegations to the public, according to a new video.
Lisa Fierstein donned a curly wig, large sunglasses and used a pseudonym to protect her identity — and the name of her estranged spouse — during a taped appearance on "The Oprah Winfrey Show" in March 1990.
Months after the episode aired, Fierstein recanted to maintain custody of their two children and has denied the allegations against Puzder ever since.
reports on an unusual aspect of the domestic violence allegations against Trump labor secretary nominee Andrew Puzder, the Carl's Jr.
The video, obtained Tuesday night by Politico, shows Fierstein on the episode "High Class Battered Women" explaining how fame, money and prestige favors a man's word over his victim. This will never be over, you will pay for this,'" said Fierstein, as "Ann." After Flynn failure, Puzder’s cabinet hopes may also be cooked The context of her identity implies she was speaking of Puzder, the CEO of the Carl's Jr.